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No factionalism in Congress: Sachin Pilot FnF Desk ,  Aug 17, 2014
The Congress, which suffered one of its worst defeats in both the assembly and Lok Sabha polls, is now trying to regroup itself to fight the local bodies polls, with newly-appointed Rajasthan state party chief Sachin Pilot downplaying reports of factionalism. There is no factionalism. There can be differences of opinion, but there is no factionalism. .... Read News
Amit Shah announces new team, Varun Gandhi out, Rudy, Ram Madav, Yeddyurappa in FnF Correspondent ,  Aug 16, 2014
Amit Shah, who recently took over as BJP chief from Rajnath Singh, on Saturday announced a new team. Shah's team has 11 vice-presidents and eight general secretaries. .... Read News
Rahul Gandhi not responsible for Congress' loss: Antony FnF Desk ,  Aug 15, 2014
Nearly three months after its biggest debacle ever in the Lok Sabha elections, senior Congress leader AK Antony submitted his report to Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Thursday. In his report, Antony has blamed the loss on anti-Congress media coverage, poor local leadership, corruption, inflation and infighting in the party as some of the reasons. .... Read News
Ready to join hands with Mayawati if Lalu mediates: Mulayam Singh FnF Desk ,  Aug 13, 2014
Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday said that he is ready to join hands with his arch-rival and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati if RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav mediates in this regard. If Lalu is ready to mediate, then I will consider joining hands with Mayawati," SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav said. .... Read News
BJP eyes Assembly polls, renews 'Congress-free India' slogan FnF Desk ,  Aug 10, 2014
With an eye on the upcoming polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party has renewed the 'Congress-free India' slogan with party president Amit Shah asking cadres to spread BJP ideology and expand its reach across the country. .... Read News
I accept the challenge: PM Modi in BJP's National Council meet FnF Desk ,  Aug 09, 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today indirectly attacked Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi for his comments on communal clashes in Uttar Pradesh which he said were "artificially engineered". In an interview to a newspaper, Mr Gandhi had said that the communal clashes in UP were part of a deliberate strategy to "divide the poor and pit brother against brother. .... Read News
BJP national council meet: Amit Shah suited for BJP chief's position, says Rajnath FnF Desk ,  Aug 09, 2014
Amit Shah is suited for the position of the BJP chief due to his leadership in Uttar Pradesh that saw the party bagging 71 of the 80 Lok Sabha seats in the state during the general election, outgoing BJP chief Rajnath Singh said Saturday. .... Read News
BJP national council meet begins in Delhi after winning LS election FnF Desk ,  Aug 09, 2014
BJP's national council meet, the first after it won the Lok Sabha polls with a thumping majority, began here Saturday. The day-long event will see Amit Shah's ratification as BJP's new national president. .... Read News
Maneka Gandhi pitches for her son Varun Gandhi as Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister FnF Correspondent ,  Aug 04, 2014
Union Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi has reportedly suggested that her son Varun Gandhi be made the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh. Maneka said of Varun: "I think he is doing very well. It's his second time as Member of Parliament and he is very comfortable in it. He does a lot of reading. He writes articles for a large number of newspapers. He is a very well informed young man and I am happy with his progress." .... Read News
Rajiv Gandhi 'wholly depended on a team of ignoramuses', claims Natwar Singh FnF Correspondent ,  Aug 03, 2014
Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was an "inexperienced" leader and was depended wholly on a "team of ignoramuses with inflated egos", writes Natwar Singh in his soon-to-be-released book 'One Life is Not Enough: An Autobiography'. .... Read News
Modi sends Advani, BJP old guard into exile Amulya Ganguly ,  Aug 02, 2014
In the Hindu way of life, old age entails exile from home and hearth. As the Manu Smriti says, when a man sees "his skin wrinkled and his hair gray and when he sees the son of his son, then he should resort to the forest". .... Read Article
Are Hindutva hawks flying again? Amulya Ganguly ,  Jul 19, 2014
The latest reported observations of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) supremo, Ashok Singhal, echo what the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) ideologue, M.S. Golwalkar, said in his 1939 publication, "We, or Our Nationhood Defined". In it, the Hindutva icon had given an outline of what the minorities can expect in India. .... Read Article
Modi prevails over saffron traditionalists Amulya Ganguly ,  Jul 06, 2014
The Hindutva fundamentalists may be slowly realising that the Bharatiya Janata Party's victory is unlikely to help their cause as much as they would have liked. .... Read Article
AAP to move out, following neighbours' complaint FnF Desk ,  Jun 08, 2014
The Aaam Aadmi Party (AAP) might no longer give their address as 41, Hanuman road off Connaught place in the heart of Delhi, as it could move out of the two-storey building that was it's home for 18 months - because the neighbours are complaining, party sources said on Sunday. .... Read Article
How BJP's online campaign proved vital for success FnF Desk ,  May 20, 2014
With the BJP registering a thumping victory in the general election, significant credit goes to the party's online campaign to tap the general psyche by connecting with millions of youngsters. Vikas Pandey, a 30-year-old software architect, headed the social media campaigns like "I Support Namo" on Facebook and Twitter, as a volunteer for the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) .... Read Article
Don't write off Arvind Kejriwal and his AAP! Sudip Mazumdar ,  May 13, 2014
As the nation waits with bated breath for the results of the just concluded mammoth nine-stage election, one clear winner is already on display. And that is the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and its radically fresh and welcome electoral strategy. It is of little importance if it can send any member to parliament. .... Read Article
Little known parties jump into the fight for Amethi FnF Correspondent ,  May 05, 2014
Rahul Gandhi might be fighting one of his toughest electoral battles in Amethi this time, facing Aam Aadmi Party's Kumar Vishwas and BJP's Smriti Irani. But there are many unknown entities too challenging him in this Gandhi family bastion to improve what many locals say are its "pathetic conditions". .... Read Article
Will Nehru-Gandhi Dynasty Reboot or Fade Out? Amulya Ganguly ,  Apr 20, 2014
Drawing room and tea-stall chatter nowadays centres on whether the 128-year-old no longer a Grand Old Party will be able to reach the 100-seat mark in the 545-member Lok Sabha in which two MPs are nominated. .... Read Article
Aam Aadmi Party faces stern test as Delhi votes in third round of LS polls FnF Desk ,  Apr 10, 2014
India's upstart anti-graft party faces a key test Thursday as the national capital votes in the first major stage of the country's marathon general elections. The third phase of voting begins at 7:00 am local time (01:30 GMT) in 92 constituencies, representing a fifth of the 543-seat lower house, across the capital and 13 other states, including Maoist insurgency-hit eastern India. .... Read Article
Narendra Modi sidelines veterans in tussle over election candidates FnF Desk ,  Mar 25, 2014
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) saw internal spats deepen on Monday over the choice of candidates for next month's election, highlighting one of the hurdles its leader Narendra Modi faces in his attempt to become prime minister. Modi needs all the support he can get from fellow members of the BJP to secure the top job. .... Read Article
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